Hi I am trying to use counted_ptr with a class.
Can anyone tell me about the syntax and how to use it.
I tried as below but failed.

    class counted_ptr ;
    counted_ptr<MyClass>pmyClass= NULL;

counted_ptr isn't a standard class, which means you're trying to use a third party class. Where did you get it? How you use it greatly depends on how it was written to be used.

counted_ptr must be a template/generic type which is well designed.

template<class T>
count_ptr{
  count_ptr():t(tp){}
  operator()(){}
  operator +(){}
  operator=(){}
private:
  T t;
};

int main(){
//class foo object  bar
foo bar;

// now count_ptr serves as a container that can accept and manipulate class 
//foo objects.
count_ptr<bar> count_ptr_bar.


}

get back to the basis of generics.
send from my phone so its not a working code. just the righ path.

Need to declare a Counted_ptr of a class.
Can I get an example regarding how to declare it and then initialize it to NULL

Can I get an example regarding how to declare it and then initialize it to NULL

Sure, once you answer my question. I can't tell you how to use some random class that I'm not familiar with, but given either the class itself or sufficient documentation I'll be happy to help out.

I quick google search reveals that counted_ptr is a pre-historic version of shared_ptr. Unless you are using a specific (old) library that requires the use of counted_ptr, I must say that you should prefer using the standard std::shared_ptr pointer, or it's equivalent in Boost boost::shared_ptr.

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